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Florida fares well in noted entrepreneurship study

A well-regarded survey of U.S. entrepreneurial activity has found that while our country has a long way to go before it reaches the economic heady days of the late 1990s, several demographics of entrepreneurs have not significantly diminished the rate at which they are founding new businesses, or have bounced back to close to pre-recession levels.

Sage advice for Orlando entrepreneurs

In our Orlando office, we often help entrepreneurs and the owners of new companies. Because we work with small business owners, we are familiar with the challenges they face, from finding favorable financing to locating qualified workers to securing appropriate workspace.

South Florida businesses band together for 'Small Business Saturday'

South Florida businesses have banded together to promote next Saturday as "Small Business Saturday." The aim is to encourage holiday shoppers to stop by locally owned businesses before they visit Walmart, Target, Best Buy and the like.

Florida is 3rd in veteran-owned businesses, but what does that mean?

In many ways, the military is a good training ground for future business owners. Ideally, the skills a service member learns while serving will help him or her create a startup, enter the family business or contribute to the success of a big company.

10 years in the making, Florida's biotech industry is finally blooming

About a decade ago, Florida Gov. Jeb Bush told the state legislature he saw Florida becoming one of the country's biotech hubs. At the time, it was a little hard to envision Florida as a hotspot for bioscience and biotech companies, but now, almost 10 years later, that idea seems far less far-fetched.

Rate of "immigration entrepreneurship" causes experts to sound the alarm

Historically, the U.S. has attracted many foreign-born entrepreneurs who want to start their businesses here because of our open markets, generally favorable financial policies and comparatively hands-off government.

Disney: Fantasyland expansion will add 800 jobs to Orlando area

The House of Mouse continues to be a major economic engine for the Orlando region. That fact has been underscored by Disney's recent announcement that its Fantasyland expansion will create an estimated 800 full-time, permanent jobs once it is all finished as of 2014. The $425 million expansion is the largest in the 40-year history of the Magic Kingdom and has also resulted in 700 or so temporary construction jobs as it is being built.

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